Everyone Wants a Home on the Range
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  • Tom Lindmark

    “Houston avoided over-building problems in this recession by tightening lending and home construction in the early years of the crisis. Houston didn’t really have a housing bubble in the 2000s.”

    How did this work? Houston famously has no zoning regulations and I doubt they have any regulatory authority over banks or other lending institutions.

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